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    odd- Clerk indicted for killing man in robbery- time line story

    Bandar Abu-Karsh, 28, of Moore Street, was charged with the shooting death of Lamar Allen, 25, who died Nov. 21 as the result of multiple gunshot wounds. Allen was with another man when they entered the Express Carryout on Mulberry Street and attempted to rob it.
    clerk gets held up and has shoot out with BG's

    Clerk indicted for killing man in robbery - Toledo Blade

    then: Carryout clerk faces jail time for shooting robber
    Prosecutors said Abu-Karsh then went back inside and fired more shots at the first suspect, Lamar Allen, 25, hitting him in the head, chest and extremities, eventually killing him.
    Sounds like the pharmacy shooting were the man was already down and then it was murder when the pharmacist shot again

    The Grand Jury may have determined that the clerk disabled the suspect the first time, but went beyond self-defense with the second round of shots.
    Carryout clerk faces jail time for shooting robber - ToledoNewsNow.com: News, Weather & Sports for Toledo, OH

    and the outcome: Toledo carryout clerk not guilty of shooting death of would-be robber
    did the jury see the tape? was there a view of when he came back in? goes to show you; you can never second guess a jury

    Toledo carryout clerk not guilty of shooting death of would-be robber : News : NorthwestOhio.com

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    Sounds like it might be a case of jury nullification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlr1m View Post
    Sounds like it might be a case of jury nullification.

    Michael
    My thought also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlr1m View Post
    Sounds like it might be a case of jury nullification.

    Michael
    I would tend to agree.

    From what I could read, the video was shown to the jury and clearly showed the defendant coming back in the store, locking the door, and shooting the would-be-robber 26 times w/ the dirt bag's TEC-9.
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